By Elvera Dobbs. interior. Published at Friday, October 12th, 2018 - 01:20:41 AM.
More than likely. you found forging a pathway from one point to another frustrating and unnecessary. Negative space allows you to create clear paths around the room. Ideally. your design should allow visitors to navigate fully through the space without issue.Allow your design choices to stand out. Your design shines
Finally. it's important to consider negative space from an aesthetic perspective. Think of it this way — your design is a compilation of every single element that you decide to include in the space. as well as every single element you decide to leave out. When you include the right amount of negative space in your design. it's like striking the perfect balance between the two.
Home libraries that double as a home study or officeAdding a desk to a home library creates a double duty space for reading and work. To add a sense of privacy. this loft's library features a glass wall and door.Why You Need to Incorporate Negative Space in Your DesignEvery design needs negative space.
Floating shelves are mounted on the swing doors of this home library to maximize book space.A small and dark hallway next to the kitchen has been converted into an inviting library and lounge with some built-in bookcases and a couple of chairs.Home libraries featuring unique shelvesSquare box shelves were mounted at an angle for a unique diamond pattern design.